Old Geezer Doodles Folk Art

SHOWCASE #2 - Indians

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COMANCHE WITH WAR LANCE

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CHIEF JOSEPH

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COCHISE

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COMANCHE BRAVE

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COMANCHE SQUAW

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MEDICINE MAN

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CRAZY HORSE

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GERONIMO

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GRANDFATHER

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GRAY WOLF

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QUANAH PARKER

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RED CLOUD

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ROMAN NOSE

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WAR BONNET

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SMOKE BREAK

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ON THE WARPATH

Just doodling. A fierce looking Comanche warrior on horsback carrying a battle lance roams the prairie, searching for whites to attack. His face and body are adorned with war paint. Comanche bands went on the warpath out of desperation in the 1870's before they were forced to resettle on a reservation near Fort Sill in the Indian Territory. The lances were between 8 and 12 feet long. They were very heavy and were used primarily for killing buffalo. The Comanches also decorated their horses with paints and colorful feathers.

ON THE WARPATH

Just doodling. The Comanches were described as being the least attractive of all the plains tribes. The typical male stood about 5 feet 6 inches tall with a thick set stocky build, long arms and short legs. They were famous horsemen. A Comanche war chief typically had a large herd of horses, sometimes totalling several hundred. They were also known for being horse thiefs and raids against white ranchers were sometimes staged just to collect more horses for their Chief.

GOING POTTY

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PLACE TO DIE

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BUFFALO HUMP

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INDIAN

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